June was the first month of this year that I had no travel plans, so I challenged myself to wake up around 5am every day to capture the sunrise in downtown Chicago. I'm pretty proud that I was able to raise from 29 to 30 and a clock-term period. Each shot shown in the video is in sequence. 9 From 30, Mother Nature did not cooperate and offered either rain or heavy cloudy skies. As a result, those days were missed because the captured materials were not much to watch.
I used two cameras with several different lenses. Canon 7D and old Canon Rebel, directly connected to a laptop. Unfortunately, the Rebel had dirty sensor problems, so some shots are not perfect. Most shots were taken every 5 to 10 seconds and then stitched together in sequence using Quicktime Pro at 60 frames per second. The last edit was made at Sony Vegas Movie Studio.
I hope the final render is better. Too many randomly packed pieces. Maybe Tapani producing the original QuickTime AVCHD Mpeg2 video was a horrible idea. It has never failed me before. Any advice?
– I would like to install a never touch camera and record exactly the same picture with the same settings every day.
– Another version that I would like to install in a different location in the city every day.
Music: Spark Mountain by umber